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Non-working rad fan on '93 Si.

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Old 05-24-2008, 10:59 PM
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Non-working rad fan on '93 Si.

Just installed my aluminum civic radiator and 12" slim fan, and the fan never turned on after about 30 minutes of idling. The radiator got super hot though.

I looked at the diagram in my Chilton's manual, and seen that there's a rad fan relay in the under-hood fuse panel. Is there any other relays or switches in the rad fan's circuit? I've never had that main relay go out before, usually I just have the fan switches go bad(on my integras). I haven't seen anything in the manual about a fan temp-switch, though...unless I overlooked it.

The fan is properly wired, by the way. I'd prefer to not have it on a manual switch, I'd rather have the fan run on the existing circuit so it can turn on/off automatically.

Also, what options do I have for adding my own fan temp-switch? Is there a company that makes universal fan temp-switches that I could use to automate my radiator fan without using the car's existing radiator fan wiring?
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